New Book Examines Less Visible Penalties for Convicts

In “Life on the Outside,” Jennifer Gonnerman writes that “thirteen million people have been convicted of a felony and spent some time locked up. That’s almost 7 percent of U.S. adult residents.If all of these people were placed on an island together, that island would have a population larger than many countries, including Sweden, Bolivia,
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